COLLECTION: July 2021 coronavirus news
From what new mask guidance means for the workplace to more employers turning to vaccine mandates, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From the tech focus on skills to how to best strategize and manage the persisting pay gap, here are some of the top stories this week.
A session at the upcoming Oracle users conference will explore talent, reskilling, EX and other hot-button topics.
‘The rise of the Delta variant has really raised the stakes,’ one expert says.
While many organizations are aiming to better utilize technology for business operations, few are actually doing it.
Scores of workers say the COVID-19 strand is their biggest concern about returning to the workplace. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
After the CDC updated its recommendations this week, employers will likely follow suit, experts say.
Deltek CHRO Ed Hutner highlights how leaders need to shift their thinking to make hybrid work.
Podium is taking aim at burnout—and trying to retain talent—with a host of offerings designed to support and unite workers.
Working parents are again looking for support, new research finds.
From developing a robust hybrid work plan to making the best use of the new SEC disclosure regulations, here’s what you might have missed.
From inside Momentive’s poll-reliant people strategy to how HR leaders can stay ahead on mental health support, here are some of this week’s top stories.
A new survey finds that virtual college recruiting can help diversify the talent pipeline.
Offering flexible work options is just the beginning in today’s hot job market, remote work expert Nicholas Bloom says.
The chief people officer of Momentive, formerly SurveyMonkey, explains the poll-reliant people strategy inside the tech company.
Employers plan to continue flexible work arrangements, Mercer data shows. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
The pandemic has accelerated the tech talent shortage crisis.
Topia’s Jacky Cohen says the organization’s employees have developed a stronger appreciation for the role of HR tech throughout the pandemic.
Hybrid arrangements should be seen as an opportunity for ‘future-forward design,’ not simply a ‘return to work,’ says HR Tech keynoter Josh Bersin.
Burnt out and exhausted HR teams deserve a break.
Employers need to give workers more autonomy to prevent them from walking out the door, experts say.
Pandemic stressors plus a tight labor market mean employee experience remains a top priority for HR leaders and their tech partners.
Employers must be prepared to offer better benefits, more flexibility, says Monster’s global HR head.
From what the Delta variant means for employer vaccine mandates to HR’s ‘massive shift’ of priorities, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From video resumes on TikTok to analyst Josh Bersin’s insights into employee experience, here’s what you might have missed.
Job candidates are fearless and ‘if you don’t provide it, they’ll just go next door to get it,’ says Bright Horizons’ CHRO.
A new survey of senior HR leaders shows a move to individual concerns, inclusivity and more.
As many have said, ‘The best way to predict the future is to create it.’
Some big companies are partnering with the social media platform on a pilot program using video resumes.
EX shouldn’t be a passive, top-down technology initiative but rather a sustained cultural change that puts people first.
Significantly more employees intend to use more vacation days this year. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
CHRO Joanne Del Signore shares the company’s strategy around employee experience through the pandemic.
Innovative workplace tech can help HR leaders create a better employee experience for today’s post-COVID reality, says HR Tech keynoter Jason Averbook.
A new report finds that employers have considerable work to do to make their remote-enabling tools effective.
The more contagious variant, stalled vaccine rates and return to workplace plans are raising the stakes, experts say.
Conference presenters include a Pats HR leader, who will share the team’s secrets to success off the field.
Increased talent competition may have more candidates “bluffing” during negotiations.
From how to manage pent-up demand for PTO to Facebook’s new director of remote work, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From Facebook’s remote work strategy to the role of HR tech in business success and more, here’s what you might have missed.
A new report finds most HR and C-suite leaders believe HR tech was essential to business survival during the pandemic.
The number of U.S. organizations prioritizing employee experience has surged. Here’s what that means to HR leaders.
HR Tech keynoter Jason Averbook describes how HR can become ‘the single most powerful function in the enterprise.’
Facebook’s Annie Dean shares the 4 steps the company took to design long-term remote work.
In a candidate-driven market, Recruitment Research is hiring leaders’ secret weapon to unearthing top talent.
There’s a big demand for AI-based recruiting tech, according to a new report.
Every company is going to be more like a start-up than it ever wanted to be.
Multiverse is expanding into the U.S., with a sharp focus on DE&I.
Employees who don’t work at a desk are craving enhanced communication with their employer and peers, according to a report.
July 6: HR’s latest challenge: Managing natural disasters in a pandemic
With hurricane season getting an early start, it’s a good time for HR leaders to check and update their disaster plans for the COVID era.
Employees are finally ready to travel again—advance planning and tech solutions can help manage the logjam.
More than a third of employees working from home report a decline in their mental health. Here’s what that means for HR leaders.
From Mailchimp’s burnout strategy to how employees feel about masks, here are some of this week’s top stories.
From Walmart’s VR training to Zoom’s remote work strategy, here’s what you might have missed in HR tech news this week.
The retail giant is using technology to help employees practice empathy, have difficult conversations during COVID-19.
CHRO Lynne Oldham shares what the company is doing to become more employee-centric.
The Top HR Products of 2021 review process produced some interesting observations about what corners of the market are flourishing.
The tech firm is giving its 1,200 workers its second collective week off in seven months.